21 September 2011 11:48am
We are a medium sized footwear retailer. We have a successful online presence with a good organic positions for all our key terms, healthy PPC campaigns, retargeted banner advertising, social media and have operated affiliate programmes in the past.
However with the methods used almost reaching saturation acquiring brand new customers is becoming an increasing challenge.
Online advertising is being considered but I would like to ask if anyone would have any recommendations for increasing new customer levels?
CEO at Econsultancy
24 September 2011 23:02pm
Have you considered, dare I say it, *offline* methods?
You mention most of the obvious sources of new customers online. Usually you can always do better than you currently are - particularly in SEO.
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